Member’s Opportunity: Call for Proposals for the Hawthornvale Space
Members are invited to propose an installation of new work for our Hawthornvale Space.
There are two presentation slots December 2020 – February 2021 and March – April 2020.
ESW members are invited to make proposals to present ideas for either new solo or collaborative installations. Please note the person who makes the proposal must hold and active ESW Membership.
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The deadline for proposals is 5pm, Friday 30 October 2020.
When you make a proposal please bear in mind:
that any presentation is intended to be viewed from the street the audience cannot enter the space during the exhibition
the space is approx. 625cm (wide) x 284cm (deep) x 215cm (height)
the walls are made of plasterboard and the floor concrete
ESW will provide:
A budget of £500 is available to support the production of the work
One day of technical support for installation
A clean and presentable space prior to installation, which should be returned in the same way after the de-install
Wine for an opening celebration
Vinyl Lettering noting: Exhibition Title; Artist Names and a short description of the project
Marketing and promotional support
Your proposal should be a maximum of two sides of A4, and should include:
Project Title – this can be provisional
List of Artist(s)
Short Bio for each artist – 50 words
Short Description – 250 words describing the idea behind the presentation.
Main Contact Info – noting email and telephone details
Timing: Do you prefer: December 2020 – February 2021 or March – April 2020 or don’t mind.
Supporting Images – please supply up to eight relevant images, with work details, in a single PDF.
Deadline: 5pm, Friday 30 October 2020
Email: Daniel Brown firstname.lastname@example.org with proposals or if you have any questions before you submit your application.
Hero Image – thinking like a mountain, detail, Giulia Gentili, Eleanor McCullogh
top – Bildungsroman, Gallery Malmo
below left – thinking like a mountain, Giulia Gentili, Eleanor McCullough
below right – Display Copy, Jack Cheetham, Joe Etchell, Kate Ive, Ashleen Lewis, Eleanor McCullough, Kjersti Sletteland, Sam Stead.